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sjwpwpro - AMD955BE - 4.515 - 456/118

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...2 items > one update (5960) and one new entry (4790k)

Joa3d43 -- 5960X @ 5100 -- SCORE 2061

LEAD Technologies Inc. V1.01

Joa3d43 -- 4790K @ 5325 -- SCORE 1088

post #843 of 1276
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Originally Posted by Joa3d43 View Post

...2 items > one update (5960) and one new entry (4790k)

Joa3d43 -- 5960X @ 5100 -- SCORE 2061

LEAD Technologies Inc. V1.01

Joa3d43 -- 4790K @ 5325 -- SCORE 1088


Joa3d43 whats the point to hide always cpu voltage? Thats not nice to hide info which suppose to be tongue.gifwink.gif nice score!
post #844 of 1276
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Originally Posted by mxthunder View Post

my pb with 3770k
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I am grasping your post to say that 3770k vs 4790k are performing the same when the first is clocked 500Mhz higher than the latter?
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Joa3d43 whats the point to hide always cpu voltage? Thats not nice to hide info which suppose to be tongue.gifwink.gif nice score!

Lol he really does that all the time? If so that's kind of silly.
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Mikecdm -- 5960x -- 5545 Mhz -- 2239

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post #847 of 1276
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Originally Posted by melodystyle2003 View Post

I am grasping your post to say that 3770k vs 4790k are performing the same when the first is clocked 500Mhz higher than the latter?


Not sure what you mean. I see two other 4790k posts on here that have about the same score with the 3770k being clocked 400mhz higher?
Of course the 4790k will perform better at the same clock speed - its newer architecture. What is your point??
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Not sure what you mean. I see two other 4790k posts on here that have about the same score with the 3770k being clocked 400mhz higher?
Of course the 4790k will perform better at the same clock speed - its newer architecture. What is your point??
Exactly this i am pointing out, anyone may conclude that despite the two generations gap, performance wise the differences are not something extraordinary, proven once more. More energy efficient yes but that's it if we talk about raw power in this bench.
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I think the same score with a 400mhz difference is a HUGE performance gap.
However, I agree, i could give a rats ass about power consumption.
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post #850 of 1276
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Originally Posted by mxthunder View Post

I think the same score with a 400mhz difference is a HUGE performance gap.
However, I agree, i could give a rats ass about power consumption.
Well is not 400 but 500Mhz perhaps more depending on other hw components.
I am not claiming that is a tiny perfromance gain, but personally would like higher gains per generation.

Edited by melodystyle2003 - 1/12/15 at 8:11am
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